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Tag: spotted lanternfly

The best way to stop the spotted lanternfly’s spread is to scout for egg masses, which resemble mud splatters (right). Females can lay eggs on almost any surface (center). Expect higher populations around tree of heaven (left). (photos by: Emelie Swackhamer, Penn State Extension)

Research team develops autonomous robot to control spotted lanternfly eggs

July 21, 2023 By
Using machine learning, this robot helps to scout for egg masses of this invasive and tree-damaging pest on golf courses across the country. ...

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When spotted lanternflies first infest a new area, adults will swarm properties. (Photo: Brian Walsh)

Turf Pest of the Month: Debunking common myths about spotted lanternfly

May 19, 2023 By
Brian Walsh, a Penn State Extension horticulture educator for Berks County, shares some good news, and some bad news about spotted lanternfly. ...

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